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   Staffordshire Daily Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1875, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire                               ciithirl 080 FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1875. PR1GB ONE HALFPENNY. 1. U T l; A RD S '.n in bsU-Iirt'X.EI j-. i ,11 i i A u l- I, f. 'J I HALL, j. j. i i.', -I All Al'.'IisTKM. i Y i UA.I'iK Oh' TAI.KNT. I-1'., 1' M 'i H 1-1 f il '-I. 7 I r I 1-' II A 11 II A II A M ii I K -i A I. K T O ll A l' I' IJ M I T .VI MAM KY. y I II T I -4i. 1. K VIKW M W.I.M i l.r SIWIHI.L lU-iLti, I'.iii M'I'.I 1 1 NO a t. T i. II 1' A K 11 K Y 1 ti.a WAiiiin'. iMH.-ii-M, TO v i M K r. KI- i'. 11 A N' i. K v, J i un-.l Ul -Ul all, I I'lr.nuri l'irUf.1 tr.t in I- tjt Urmv I1 I: I N I' I 0 r'l r h IJUt KM. I A r. I: I 'i ii V I'l'lVIH' NKW-iAdK-fT, AM "I JIAM'KAi.Tlj'HK'li, Afl., jl lir.lrr, iin.uij.lly I" r ii r u v s T o v ,s ii Will '1.1. i K IlK l.KIJ. i.'I.VI I Alii. _-J, HAI'INK II A N K 'i I r- J IUM.KY. 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Ill" ri'l.'lifktpil ill'li'iv.i 'in I IT ni'-iiiliori "f .1-1 MI i l-'iiih' nil jiuri'. v-ry ii.iliiluljli', i t: l.i.l. ti-'l in fl nilri'iJi'iiinH I'll'- o.'.'i, iifl u.l'i. rul'l) ii (noil (or nifivilW, r' '-01. iin nn I' of n.k ,ll ,Vi- i Hi'it nvs vir, liimAi1 r-K-nl.ir V I'V lJuiiMi nnil Kiinnly. 111., u.'1 1 r vi i.liUin.-.l frmn th" AjKNTnii; Hi. in M' WALK Kit, MiiKiiidii THA i i i- i hToKILSTUKKT. 1 I, V K S I) I I, I, I A K D S I 1! I'S-. A S D N i; A I' O UTS. ii A i; K i: r n n A r c o s I s T 7 A r' V I' K l> S 'V K K K T. HANI.KV. T ll T I i 1. i> I ii V. M I, :si s M r K i. n i i, i.. l I i i ll'i'll lir M.ll.Vl. cl ITiTTKI I, .1, .1 T i .11 I i IV '.I l.'NHM-1 M UKI.T. 1IKMVV. 1. i.! iM'i.- VNI' In- y t I'.RK'KI.AYKK anil CONTRACTOR, 2-1 SUN'-MTKKKT, HANLKY. TIRPMRKD AND MATERIALS ON THK HKST TERMS.____________ RH'IIAUD IIKAP. "CAUVEB'uniraTLFEE, MX IKING GLASvS, WINDOW, CORNICE, FUAMK MANUFACTUKKK. 'I'lio Trailo supplieil on reasonable f'xi'u (suit.IH-ii.iiiSdu, BBOAD.STKKET, HANI-KT. II O UT I C V LT U H A L K X U 1 C K. L A E K TKNT WAGGON, CART and HH'K CLOTHS, STOKE. TKN'TS on llirf. Rvicn, on application, for ,ill nf tomponiry fencing, jrninil (HIXI--I. Ublinp, bnr, Ac. Also, (ill kiuils of u-iniwrary ShoililinR, Ac., nt Affricultnral I I h S K B A T E S KOKOLT.H DINING ROOMS, JIlLEti'-UAN'K, HANLEY. Ho: iloily from 13 to 3 o'clock, 'i, Oiopsi, an.l Stonkn OQ tho Shortest Notice. p U F. 1'LOUUU HOTEL, EJJDON K. rOi'LV, rnrri.iiri' Itnililor, Ljchficld-strwt, Ilanlcy, nnnouni-tfd tliut Uo hna outoroi on pos- I .o-'inr, of tho hotol, and asgnrvs '.hi piiblic thsl no exertion sliill bo wanting oa his part j to -ntt-r for their comfort. 1 tcivi, plain or Trith cold mpat, Ac., on thr rtoit notK-iv GsrvfuHj-selrctcd stock of Wines, ritj. Sparkling Ales, and Dahlia Stout. TnvraUcrB raix'ftiinKAliit'Hl with Incrwuwil clAhlinir Wojrposolto and Dpif-Cart at few minutes' notice. Krt'ry attention paia to tho wants and comfort i K. P. will bo at horou in thf) and will give 1 prcmpt to al) orders entnuted to him in the KuilJioff JopaJftmcnl. "1 0 S K TAUOR AXD DRAPER, 54, HIOH-STBEET 1 EANLET. TO TOUBISTS AND THE GEJC2EAL PUBLIC. SFEKT05. HATE DBEBSEB, TEimTY-STEEE T, fl AJJLEY, ntaj Oie Tnunwiy TerioiaBS. 'beffa LAB Poblic Uat He hu oon on hand a large AtMrtmenl of TRAVELLING BAGS, COUEIEE BA and LADIES' BAGS, ol and of the bat material, which be u prepared to offer at most reojonable prices. An UapMtion ii nvpectfolly hoUcited. A ipleiidid luortment ef WALKING STICKS and CANES. PUin and Silver-tiioaBteL Tolmcconuta1 Fancy Goods of every description. Tobacco aod Oigam of choicest qsality. EsUbUajimMit a clotad at Two o'clock oa Tharsdaya. OH A'K L E s B o N, ei, p ENK'HULL-S'TBEET, NEWCABTLI: DEALERS IN FOBIBIGN AND BRITISH CIGAES, GUINNESS, SON, AND Go's. DUBLIN PORTER AND STOUT, In CASK AND BOTTLE. AGENT FOH CHESTER AND Co'a MILD AND PALE ALES. T A M M E E a AND JONES, T 0 N T THE CHEAP I N S T E H it CLOTHIERS, E E T, HA C K N L E P J D D jKWiXLERS uid WATCH UAAXBT BQCAKZ, HAITLXT, And 21, ST. Aws'a UAMCKMTKO. Superior GOLD uid SILVEB WATCHES. AU for two yuan. Fiiw GOLD ALBERT utl OUAED CHAINS. Libonl DiHouabi off yinc GOLD ud Stock of Blucto-PUte tnj Jet. WEDDING KDJ09 io .printo n Clewed at One o'clock on TDtmdmji. T HE N SE CtJETAI CHEAP, DUUABLE, B ELEGANT. NEYEE KEQUIBE WASHING. O. WHITTINQHAM AND SON, CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS, 5 and 7, ALBION-STBE ET HANLEY. SOLI A a K x T s yards long, Ce. 3d.; 3 ,locg, 7n. 3 yards long, 69. Od. JOUN SANT, IMPOBTEH OF AOEN1' FOE WINES AND SPIBITS THE BEEWEEY COMPANY'S CELEBRATED DUBLIN STO Orncua Mtrp Sronia i GLEBE-STREET, STOKE. Cll O Y D O N 8 PBEPAKED MDSTAKD. In rciul; nixed for tbo table, ilcKB not dry or fennent in the Craut, and will keep froab and however long in DM, provided the cork is replaced in the bottle. Pmci PKH BOTTU. No injurionB to hojilth in asod in BuUdng this preparation. PUJETAJIED BT E. H. CEOYDON (UITI DISPINHINO UJD FIMILT CHEMIST, (Eiffht yean Diepoiuor it the NortU SUffordBbire IEON MARKET, NEW CASTLE-UN DER-LYME. Apint for KINMOND and Co's. celebrated APNEUMATIC MINERAL WATERS ia Syphon Bottlen. AOIHT I-OB HANLIY................................................J. D. FUENIVAL MARKET-SQUARE. C WEDDING AND BIETHDAT PItESBNTa. HABLE3 B A B C B O F T, 11, P A B L I A M E N T-BO W, WOEK BOXES, WRITING DESKS, WRITING GASES, Ba. 3d. to -We. HANLEY. LADIES' nnd GENTLEMENS' BAGS, 2u. Cd.to OAED CASES, CIGAB CASES, 2a. 3d. tolSa. OPERA GLASSES, 7n. Cd. to 27e. SMELLING BOTTLES, 3a. Cd. to lOe. INKSTANDS, 2s. M. to 80s. PUSSES, Is. to 15g. LADIES' COMPANIONS, la. 3d, to 30a. WORK BASKETS, to 12s. Cd. DBKSSING CASES, 18s. to 5Q9. PORTRAIT AXBUMS, 2a. 3d. to 25s. GOLD, SILVER, PLATED, and BLACK JEWELLERY. A Largo Stock at WOOD and WICKBB PERAMBUL4TOBS, ND J. M U N B O AND WINE AND 3PIBIT MERCHANTS, MAEKET-SQU ABE, HANLEY. RETAIL: MAEKET-STBEET AND NEW-STREET, HANLEY; CHANCEEY-LANE, ,'BONGTON. P B put. a. d. ..3 6 ..2 71.. ..2 3 BRANDT. gal. qrt. bot. s. d. u. d. f. d. Honncosy or Mortal's finest Cognac 28 0...7 0...4 8. GoodCognao......21 0...5 4...3 C. Ditto B.B. ......38 0...4 C...3 0. WlllBKIT. per doz.. bottled in bond 3 0 Irish, Fine Old 18 0....1 C...3 0. Ditto, Good......13 '1...3 4...2 3. HooncMj or Mortcl'a Brandy, and 5fl. ICE LIST S P I E I T S. gill. nog. B. d. d. WIHSKIT. Scotch, finest High- 1 9 ...11 land 1 4 8 Scotch, Inlay 1 7 Ditto, CnnpbcltoD.. BUM. Jamaica, bent Ditto, Rood .1 Ij... 7 Gin. .0 10 London, beat Ditto, common Spirits of Wine, per gall. 3s. each. gal. qrt. bot. pnt. gill. neg. i. d. t. d. B. d. B. d. a. d. d. 21 0...5 4...3 C...2 74-...1 4 8 18 0...4 C...3 0...2 3 ...1 7 16 0...4 0...2 0 ...1 0 B 18 0...4 G...3 0...2 2 ...1 15 0...3 9...2 6...1 11 ...1 Ii... 7 0 6 13 4..3 4...2 3...1 8 ...0 10 5 10 0...2 G...2 0...1 4 ...0 8 4 Hollands Gin, in original B O D S PRIZE MEDAL HATS May now bo had at WHOLESALE PBICES, AT THE DEPOT 45, PICCADILLY, HANLEY. AMES 8CHOFIELD TAILOR AND GENEEAL OUTFITTEB, 41, PAJlUAJflNT-KOW, HAN LIT. SHI2TS. TIES, SCARPS, COLLARS, Ao. SEEDS! SEEDS! I SEEDS II! For tb.t, Kitchen anil Flower Garden warranted new, and froo from adulteration, to be had in quantities to unit purchasers. Apply to the QAJIDINEBS, Borough Gardens. Cebridgo. Covered Market, Hanley, on Saturdays, ana Buralcm Market an Mondays, on aad after March 13th. Ordoru of 10s. uid upwurda sent carriage paid to any rail- way station for cash. Purchasers will Cad these seeds of the best quality, nnd considerably cheaper than they can bo obtained olwwhcrc. CUT FLOWEBS tho year ronnd. A choice selection BEDDING PLANTS for the coming season. STOVE GREENHOUSE PLANTS always on tale at the Gardenu. A VISIT RKSFienruijjT RIQUZSTED. HANLET MARKET. JOULE'S STONE and other CELEBRATED ALES, always in condition at J. PAN-TUNG'S. SWAN PASSAGE. Foreign and British Wines ot tho Finest Quality. LOBK HOTEL AND POSTING ESTABLISHMENT, MBWCABTLE-UN.DEB-LYME. EE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Good Stabling, Coaoh-homxa, and every accommodation An Ordinary every Monday at One o'clock. Billiards. _________________THOMAS WOOLP, Proprietor. FUBNmniE 11 FURNITURE I AARON PRICE, 29, Hcn-ainimrr, HANLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FURNITURE, IKON BEDSTEADS, MATTHISSKB, Ac, All articles may be Paid by Fortnightly Instalments, if Preferred. An, GOODS VI'AROA.TTKD. IMPOKTANT NOTICE to tLe WORKING CLASS. YOUR HOUSE from T.' STUBBS, t Complete HOUSE FURNISHER, Neat to the Post Office, HIGH-STB EET, FENTON, Hia motto bciug Small Profits and Quick Rctnrtu. Tho Trade Supplied on reasonable terms with IRON BEDSTKADS and MATTRESSES.________________ CONOLETON EQUITABLE BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. EBTAriLISHED IN 1854. IION'EY ready to be itdvunced oa approved security. No Bouca on advances reqnimi. Charges died by rale. For particulars, apply to the Secretary, Mr. MOUNSDON, 13, Nekon-atreei, Cooiletaa. HENBY CROSS'S PICTUBE FRAMING ESTABLISHMENT and FINE AST BEFOSI- TOIir. NEWCASTLE-SirREET, BUBSLBM, Picture! Fraaed in every tijU at moderate srieea. Lookinf glaaia and pictore re-gilt, aod oil puulicn, ic., carefully cleaned restorM. The uoicest ot fictarM U the district. aad BooUuidiBg promptly otnted. CEMENT MOBTAB. ADAMANTINE STONE AND CEMENT COMPANY, ASTBUBY, NEAB CONGLETON. Beat LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT, 5e. per bushel in eacka or casks. PATKNT SELENITIC HYDRAULIC CEMENT for dt.mp wallg aid bricklayers' mortar, 3s. fid. per bushel, GROUND STOVE for damp walls and bricklayers' mortar, Cd. per bushel. Two-ton Iota carriage paid to the Pettories or by boat from Astbnry Wharf. The SKLINITIC u BO good, and tho saving of lima in thenso of it'ao great, anil as it is equal to any cement at the coet of ordinary mortar, wi feel quite nure that it only requires to be known to be appreciated. Directions how to use it sent with order. NEW SEASON'S CONGOU" From to 2s. Gd. n pound, JOHN LOWE'S TEA WAREHOUSE, No. 8, PICCADILLY, (Corner of HANLEY. SELECTIONS from the Highest-Claea TEAS IMPORTED, at J, LOWE'S TEA WAREHOUSE, 8, PICCADILLY, (Corner of HANLEY. 185G. RHODGKINSOJJ, 17, PICCADILLY, HANLf, __________AKD HIGH-STREET AKD KEELE-ETTREET, TTJMSTALL._____ EALEB in all ol MACHIKES. for 9EWIWG KSimNG, WASHING, WBINGING, Ac, H. H. alio at 17, PICCADILLY. HANLET, CHOICE ASSOBTMgrT Of LADIES' CHTLDKEN18 OUTi'U'iJUG, AMJ WfandJF. KEATES, CAinTBTia OILDBBS, PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTUHSBS. and General in WORKS OP AKT, Noa. 33 aad 3S, CHIXPHIDI, hare OB view at Umir Show Room a Bpkmiid of Modcra Enirrannn, Chromo-LithoKnoiia, Plain and Coloured Pholotfrmpii, Oil Faiutiag Fac of reuarkably One aecntiom, uid aLio the latest iaveatioai in Art produC-Uaun. OIL PAINTINGS Ee-Lined, Cleaned, and by a Loodoa expert. Ormolu Tables, Corniced, Picture and LoolaBj-GkM Primed repaiml nod re-gilt equal to new by workmen ot Iocs eJipeneoce. Oiford frames in Ecf linh GolJ, Oak, Ehuny, Walnnt, Ac. N T LEY PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKEB.. Lasts ouefaHy fitted to the foeL Ni. BENTLEY's" PARAGON WAIST BOOTS, warranted to care any kind of corns, ani redvoa bunions, thus proving a real boon to all troablod with tender feet. Addreth No. ifi7, MlLi-STllEBT, _ _ MBJLTLBYrwiNYarTd SPIEIT MERCHAJJT, DUKE WILLIAM INN. MAEKKT-SQUAKE; BUBSLEil, rcapectfally announces that ho unppUiM BA33'S BITTER BEER, ALE, and POJRTEB, Brewcn' Pncua. Carriage Oue to all Parta of MM DutritrU. Best Old SPIRITS from thu Bottle. Fine Old PORT and SHKHRY WINES 3s. Botalo. EO'EGE as, HAELEY STREET, HANLKY AQINT >on McDOUQALL UlloS. ,ClTT MlLLS, MAMCHKHTKU ALSO QlUMBKE JOSO CO.j VlNESAB WojlKS, LONDON. MB. G. N. NEWMAN, PROFESSOR MUSIC. (Organist of St. Lnka'u, Teacher of Singing, Pianoforto, Organ, and Har- monium. _____13, ST. LUKE.8TREET, COALI COAT! COALl" TO THE MANUFACTURERS OF HANLEY AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. GEOBGE PLANT, Jim., BUCKNALL aad LEEK, is now in a position to Bupply good Houe Fire COAiS and Engine SLACK, also Coals.and Slack snitabLo for Manufacturing piirpouos. Terms (which are moderate) on application, THE LEAMINGTON RANGE. Tho LJCHFDB.D RANGE. The BIUM1NQHAM RANGE. Tho AMERICAN COOKING STOVES. Tho most improved GAS COOKING STOVES. MAEBLE and ENAMELLED SLATE CHIMNEY PIECES in great vprioty. Polished ZINC, Stourbrulpo CLAY, and Enamelled [RON BATHS, supplied and fuod upon tbo moat approved BELLS hung and repaired, KMtlinatoa for any of tho above givm by JOSEPH BAILDON and NEWCASTLE. _________ TO THE INHABITANTS OF HAWJLEY AND 1TH CLACY, having conlraotcd for K quantity of Petroleum Oil for tho Wintar Soanom, IB able to Soil tho Bout Petroleum Oil at Id. par Quart? very best Paraffin 3d. per nnnrt (warranted non-uplosin) Beniino 6d. per quart, Naphtha tid. per Quart, the beet .ported. WholeeiUe and Belail Dealar in tho boat oils. Sotico tho address 0. LAOY, Tin Worker, Trinity-Direct, Hanltiy. N.B. Galvanised Iron Pumps Constantly on Honil A largo quantity of PARAFFDX OIL LAMPS W Sale. HOESE and CATTLE KEEPERS USE GBIM- SHAW and BABSTOW'S CATTLE CONDI. WENT, which in better than the bout of any other nort. PRICE, 3k. par cwt. PBOVIDENCE MILLS, GUIDE BRIDGE, neat UANCHJESTEE. SOLI AoxNTi W WAIN, 56. CANNON-STREET, HANLEY. TO ORGAN STUDENTS. PRIVATE PRACTICE may now bo had a first-class terms, apply to F. BROUGHAM, 40, PYNSBT-BTKBIT, SHKLTON JOmrrTRBELLTHOMOEOPATHIC CHEMIST, MAEXET-8QUABE, HANLEY. HOMOEOPATHIC UEDICTNES of the parity in every form and in all HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINE CHESTS in gretl variety. ___ DOMESTIC GUIDES to HOMO30PATB3C TEEAT MENT from Is. upwards. TIRRELL'S HOMOEOPATHIC COCOA ii tht Shillina Cocoa nld. Tho largest osMrtmont of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES in the Potteries. PERFUMES tbo most eitoneivo and beat stock in the district. Agent for the London Lion Tea Company's nU. orated and 2s. Cd. TEAS._________________. N'O T E I SB OP THE CHEAPEST HOUSES in North Staffordshire for HOSIERY, 8MALLWABE3, OUTLEBY, JEWELLERY, and FANCY GOODS, Is the Old-Established Depot of J. B B E T T, Successor to John QuoroU, 4, L I V E R P 0 0 L B 0 A D, STOKE-ON-TBENT. O IMPORTANT NOTICE. T HE BOBOUGH TEA, WINE, aad PEOVI- SION STORES, 44, and '15, IBOHMARKET, NEWCASTLI. Wo beg most respectfully to inl'orm you that onr New and Ertonsivo PBEMLSES, 41, 45, IRONMABKBT, NEWCASTLE, now open. Tho favour of a visit will oblige ___________W. HOWSON and SON.____________ RED LION COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, ______ MAEKET-PLACE, LEEK. HENBY SWIFT, PEOPBIETOB. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, BOXES, AKD LOCK-UP COACH-HOUSE. BILLIARD-ROOM, NEWLY FITTED-UP. SAVING THE T O W a I SELLING OFF SELLING The ENTIRE STOCK of GENEBAL DBAPEEY, SILK MEBCEBY, HOSIERY. HABERDASHERY. MILLIJtEEY, SHA'tVLS. JACKETS, ana SKIRTS at IMMENSE BEDUCTIONB, at THOMAS CTJFFOBD'3, LONDON HODSI, TONTIN H A A LEY, H NOTICE TO THE PUBtiC EABSES, XOUBNJiJG COACHES COF- TDfS, eABS, WAQGOHETTES, Ac., on HALL'S U, HANLET.   

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